100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 05, 1979 - Image 13

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1979-10-05

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 5, 1979-Page 13

WOLVERINES SEEK REVENGE IN EAST LANSING
Spartans to test Blue defense

BOWLING, PINBALL & FOOSBALL
at UNION LANES
Bowling-604 per game
to 6pm, Monday through Saturday
OPEN til 12:30 am Sunday through Thursday,
1 am Friday and Saturday

By MARK MIHANOVIC however, because the final matchup
Good MSU offense vs. great pits a superb Michigan State kicking
Michigan defense. Erratic Michigan game against uh, well...
offense vs. unpredictable MSU If kicking legs are the determining
defense. Sounds like the Blue might factor in this battle of 1978 Big Ten
have a,- slight edge going into co-champions, the Wolverines could
tomorrow's showdown at Spartan be kept waiting another long year to
Stadium. get a taste of some of that sweet
Bo Schembechler surely hopes revenge. State's Ray Stachowicz
that his team's edge isn't too slight, leads the Big Ten in punting with a
No more mystery:
MSU goes with Vaughn
By GREG DeGULIS
Along with a devastating loss at South Bend last Saturday, Michigan
State lost two quarterbacks, starter Bert Vaughn and backup Bryan Clark.
Without the services of the top two passers, the Spartans finished the game
with a grand total of nine yards in the air against the Irish.
Vaughn, the heir apparent to Eddie Smith, was enjoying a fine season
until the game against Miami of Ohio. Vaughn was racked heavily in the
narrow victory over Miami, and during the following week at Notre Dame
the sophomore quarterback was forced to leave the game in the second quar-
ter after suffering a lower back injury.
The injury was diagnosed as a kidney contusion and Vaughn was
released from the hospital on Monday. Vaughn made the transition from
patient to passer quickly, and the Spartans were, able to practice with
Vaughn in preparation of "Michigan" week.
Coach Darryl Rogers stated that Vaughn was "improving daily" and
that Michigan State's number one signal caller "should be ready on Satur-
day."
Clark, the Spartan backup to Vaughn, also received some licks in the
Notre Dame contest, resulting in a chest injury which forced Clark to leave
the game. That left MSU with a host of inexperienced quarterbacks and
newfound fears for the Michigan game.
But, despite Spartan skepticism early in the week, Vaughn got the nod
against Michigan. Thus, the only unknown factor in the quarterback
situation is on the part of Michigan. Will it be B.J. Dickey or John Wangler?
Don't hold your breath.

booming ,j4.6 yards per kick
average, and Morten Anderson is
tops among placekickers in scoring
(29 points).
Michigan State Coach Darryl
Rogers thus qualifies for under-
statement of the year with: "We
may have a slight edge in the
kicking game.'
KICKING LEGS alone can't beat
Michigan, however, and the Spar-
tans have some legs on their offen-
sive unit, as well. Back from the
receiving trio that baffled 'the
Wolverines' secondary a yearago in
Ann Arbor are tight end Mark
Brammer (6'4", 238), and flanker
Eugene Byrd.
While they no longer have Eddie
Smith zipping bullets into their
respective midsections, Smith's
successor sophomore Bert Vaughn,
is fourth in the conference in both
passing and total offense. Vaughn
sat out most of last week's 27-3 loss
to Notre Dame after being injured in
the first quarter, but Rogers says
that he's ready and will start.
If Vaughn starts hurting, he can
just turn and hand the ball to 5'8"
tailback Steve Smith, currently

second in the Big Ten in rushing.
MICHIGAN Assistant Coach Jack
Harbaugh calls MSU's offensive
front, anchored. by center Matt
Foster, "a professional-type unit.
They are big and strong, and they
pass protect particularly well."
Michigan State's pass defense is
its only glaring weakness. Four-year
starter Mark Anderson tries to hold
together an injury-riddled secon-
dary that ranks eighth in the Big Ten
in pass defense.
Middle guard Bernard Hay and
tackles Tanya Webb and Pat Mitten
(freshman) compose a formidable
front line which allows linebackers
Larry Savage and John McCormick
to slip through and make most of the
tackles.
ROGERS HASN'T let last week's
fiasco in South Bend get him down.
"We just have to battle like crazy.
We've had everything we'd expect to
have in a big week like this, in-
cluding great practices.
"Michigan's got the psychological
edge, though. They've probably got
all their signs up saying, 'Remem-
ber last year'."
You can bet a leg.on it, Darryl.

STAR

BAR

109 N. Main St.-769-0109

APPEARING TONIGHT:
TREES
"Ann Arbor's Original Honky Tonk Dance Bar"

U'

JOIN THE
LOWENBRAU OLYMPIC
BICYCLE BENEFIT

Grildde Picks

0

"
"
"

Sunday, October 7 -starting a a.m. to 11a.m.
Forsythe School -- Newport Road at Sunset.
$5 Entrance Donation.

* Proceeds go to U.S. Olympic
Cycling Team.
* 12 Mile Ride Thru Autumn Colors
Along Huron River Drive. Also 45 &
100 Mile Rides.
" Organized by A.A. Bicycle
Touring Society.

Don't forget to turn your Gridde picks
in to the Michigan Daily by midnight
tonight to get a chance at a small one-
item pizza from Pizza Bob's. Just
choose the winning team in each of the
following twenty games, and give the
score of the Michigan contest. And
remember: the Libels never lose.

a

HOPES HIGH FOR WEEKEND MEETS:

Harriers on road of confidence

By JOHN FITZPATRICK
With the men's cross-country team
competing in the Notre Dame In-
vitational at South Bend and the
women's team traveling to the Bowling
Green Invitational at Bowling Green,
Ohio over the weekend, a good showing.
is expected by each team's coach.
"We really stand a chance to win this
one;" said women's coach Red Sim-
mons. "Bowling Green has a lot of good
girls, but they finished behind us in the
MSU Invitational. Our main com-
petition should be Bowling Green, Ohio,
and Oberlin."
The Wolverines are coming off a third
place finish at MSU meet last week, a
race in which Michigan's Melanie
Weaver was outkicked for first by
Carrie Craven from Ohio, a veteran
road racer and one of the better women
distance runners in the country.
"MELANIE COULD have beaten
her," commented Simmons. "It was
just a matter of strategy; they ran
together the entire race and Craven
just pulled away in the end."
Summing up, Simmons noted that,
"This course (at Bowling Green) is

pretty flat, a lot different from the MSU
Course. Our girls should run on the flat
pretty well.
"We've had a good week of training.
If we don't take it, I'll be pretty sur-
prised," Simmons added.
"HOW WILL we do?," asked men's
coach Ron Warhurst rhetorically. With
a good-natured grin, he answered his
own question, "We're going to kick
ass."
Warhurst has good reason to be op-
timistic. Michigan has recruited some
of the better prep runners in the coun-
try to add depth to its already accom-
plished squad, led by NCAA
steeplechase finalist Dan Heikkinen.
"We had our best performance ever
as a team at Springbank," said
Warhurst, alluding to the well-known
Canadian road race which has become
something of a traditional season
opener for Michigan cross-country
teams. "We had a good consistency in
our time spread. Our top six guys were
within about 40 seconds-that's the
mark of a good team.
"We won the Invitational last year,
67-96 over Auburn. Auburn looks to be
good again this year; Illinois State and

t.

Notre Dame are pretty respectable,
too," Warhurst said.
"THE WAY things are shaping up
now, we're going to be a hell of a lot bet-
ter than I thought at the beginning of
the season."
"This will be a good test," Warhurst
added.
If Warhurst's assessment of his
team's capabilities is correct, though,
the only thing testing the Michigan
harriers this weekend will be the long
trip to and from South Bend.

MICHIGAN at Michigan St.
(pick score)
Purdue at Minnesota
Northwestern at Ohio St.
Indiana at Wisconsin
Iowa at Illinois
Penn St. at Maryland
Baylor at Houston
Georgia at Mississippi
N. Carolina St. at Auburn
Oklahoma St. at S. Carolina
Texas A&M at Texas Tech
Temple at Rutgers
UCLA at Stanford
California at Oregon
N. Illinois at E. Michigan
Princeton at Brown
Syracuse at Kansas
California (Pa.) at Slippery Rock
Shippensburg at Indiana (Pa.)
DAILY LIBELS at The State News
4r
JON
SKI TEAM
First meeting
Wednesday, Oct. 10
7:30 pm
2003 Angell Hall
* Cross Country Skiers Welcome

FREE CIDER & T-SHIRT TO ALL ENTRANTS
PRIZE FOR LARGEST
PRE-REGISTERED "TEAM"
Free Child Care With Phone Reservation
Call Kolins Cycling Center 663-1604

I

ERIC'S
FACTORY OUTLET
Warmups-40% off
Women's Jog Shoes
PUMA-TIGERS $15-$20
women's BANCROFTS $10.95
2 pair for $20
Men's BROOKS $12.95
SPEEDOS $9.00
Leotard & Tight Sets $9.25
40" Rain Jacket $16.95
White Stag Vests - Ir'S
were $65 now $35.95
Rain Poncho-side snaps $1.75
Plaid Shirts $8-$12
Baconta T-Necks
were $19.50 now $10.50
406 E. Liberty-663-6771
2 blocks off State St.J

A T T V-
Rest
Watering hole
$1.00Off on a
Pitcher of beer
t with wspon uritHIDecweW1, 1979
2324 Dexter Rd. Ann Arbor, MI
PH.-665-8644

LIFELONG FRIENDSHIPS
IMMEDIATE LEADERSHIP
and a Chance to Build Your Own Fraternity ... Explore the Benefits
of Charter Membership in .. .

*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*

{4L2L JL2)

*

SENIORS:

" r

7*
_.

ACaCI Fraternity
a proud tradition of brotherhood 6 serVice ---
Founded ain 1904 at the University of Michigan
To find out more about us and how you can become a member
Attend an Information Meeting in the
Welker Room, Ist Floor Michigan Union
CSAui aLna.fl*anOM C of7 M~

Toa sThe Day
To a se,

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan